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Human Rights Practice
Human Rights Practice
Number of volumes: 1
Practice Area:  Human Rights
ISBN:  9780421625402
General Editor: Jessica Simor, QC
Last Release: Oct 2016 / Next Release: Apr 2017
Subscription Information: 2 releases a year, Calendar year
Format:  Looseleaf
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Providing comprehensive information on this important and complex field, Human Rights Practice:
  • Explains the Human Rights Act 1998 and its impact on domestic law
  • Guides you, chapter-by-chapter, through each Article and Protocol of the European Convention on Human Rights
  • Contains extensive case law from both the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and UK courts
  • Covers key Convention principles developed by the Court and the Commission, such as proportionality and necessity
  • Details the procedures you need to follow when taking a case to Strasbourg, including time limits, legal aid, levels of compensation and representative action and evidence
  • Contains all relevant primary material and reproduces the Human Rights Act 1998 in full
  • Includes a range of useful material including the rules of the European Court of Human Rights, the composition of the Court, list of useful website links, plus much more
CONTENTS
  • Understanding the convention
  • Article 2: the right to life
  • Article 3: prohibition of ill-treatment
  • Article 4: prohibition of slavery and forced labour
  • Article 5: right to liberty and security
  • Article 6: the right to a fair trial
  • Article 7: no punishment without law
  • Article 8: the right to respect for private and family life
  • Article 9: freedom of thought, conscience and religion
  • Article 10: freedom of expression
  • Article 11: freedom of assembly and association
  • Article 12: the right to marry
  • Article 13: the right to an effective remedy
  • Article 14: prohibition of discrimination
  • Article 1 of protocol no. 1: protection of property
  • Article 2 of protocol no. 1: right to education
  • Article 3 of protocol no. 1: right to free elections
  • The Human Rights Act 1998
  • The European Court of Human Rights: Practice and Procedure
  • Admissibility criteria
  • Tables of just satisfaction awards as made by the ECTHR
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REVIEWS

"Óan invaluable reference work, combining expert commentary with thorough coverage of European and domestic case law." - Justice bulletin
...an excellent and accessible research tool." - Justice bulletin
"Óan invaluable aid for all those faced with finding and digesting relevant authority at short notice. Indeed, its strength lies in the sheer volume of Convention case-law considered in each chapter." - New Law Journal
"Óits comprehensive coverage of authority is impressive." - New Law Journal
"...an accessible resource for the busy practitioner, Human Rights Practice is worth the investment and may save a rebuke from the Court of Appeal." - New Law Journal
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